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Pamela Wood

Pamela Wood covers Maryland politics from The Baltimore Sun's State House bureau in Annapolis. She's been with The Baltimore Sun since 2013, and previously wrote for The Capital, the Maryland Gazette, the Daily Times (Salisbury) and Gannett News Service. She grew up in Howard County and graduated from the University of Maryland.
Singh, first woman to lead Maryland National Guard, to retire

Maj. Gen. Linda L. Singh, the first woman and African American to command the Maryland National Guard, announced Tuesday that she plans to retire this summer. Singh will be succeeded by Maj. Gen. Timothy E. Gowen, according to Gov. Larry Hogan’s office.

Maryland Gov. Hogan names aide as state labor secretary

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan named Tiffany Robinson to be the next state labor secretary on Tuesday. Robinson has served as the Republican governor’s deputy chief of staff, working on issues including labor, housing, education, human services and health.

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